22 posts tagged

short film


Alum film FULL MOON features predominantly female cast and crew

November 27, 2017 by Daniel Pugh | Alumni

Supporting female filmmakers in a male dominated industry In a time when men in power are finally being held responsible for their abusive behavior, it’s more important than ever to launch female filmmakers into leadership roles in the industry. As a gay man, I sometimes feel stuck in the middle of how to support women and

Dodge Film Release Corner: ICARUS

November 1, 2017 by Kevin Harman | Kudos!

Starting with Tom Teller’s sci-fi epic Icarus today, we hope to highlight some of the best work from our students releasing online for public viewing. The film, Tom’s spring 2016 undergraduate thesis, has had an incredible run on the film festival circuit. Starting with the Academy Award-Qualifying Show Me Shorts Festival in October 2016, traveling

Film Festival Kudos for August

August 14, 2017 by Kevin Harman | Kudos!

Daniel Drummond’s A FOREMAN has advanced to the Finalist stage of the Student Academy Awards! In 2015, Daniel became the first Chapman student to win a Student Academy Award for his short film CHIAROSCURO . Ceylan Carhoglu & Nicole Jordan-Webber’s GARDENERS OF THE FOREST has been selected to be featured in the prestigious The Wrap’s Online ShortList

Alum Looks to The Shadows to Uncover Hidden World

July 10, 2015 by | Alumni

Every student walks away from Dodge College with, not only the technical skills to pursue the careers they want, but with unspoken, more personal feelings. “Dodge College instilled in me a sense of unbridled optimism, matched with what felt like limitless opportunity to create,” said Andrew M. Davis (BFA/Film Production ’07). “Since graduating, one

Chapman at Tribeca

May 16, 2014 by | News

Several Dodge College alumni and students were at the Tribeca Film Festival this year which was held in New York City from April 17 – 27. Many of them were there because they had worked on the new Joss Whedon film In Your Eyes, which was having its World Premiere at the festival. Maileen Williams

Chapman scores big at the Sierra Canyon Film Festival

April 15, 2014 by | News

Sierra Canyon,an independent college prep school in the Valley, holds an annual film festival at Raleigh Studios in Hollywood each Spring. Submissions are open to not only high school films, but college films as well. This year, three student films from Dodge College were awarded crystal trophies: Light Me Up (directed by Ryan Walton ‘12

“Pink Helmet Posse” Scores a Festival Trifecta

March 13, 2014 by | Beyond Dodge

Ben Mullinkosson (BFA/Film Prod. ’13) and Kristelle Laroche (BFA/TBJ. ’14) are skating their way to festival success with their short documentary film The Pink Helmet Posse, which debuts at the Tribeca Film Festival next month. Made as part of Dodge College’s Project W: Stories of Women Creating Change documentary program which creates female-empowering films, The

3 Chapman Films Win Sedona Int’l Film Festival Awards

March 13, 2014 by | Kudos!

3 Chapman student films won awards at the Sedona International Film Festival in Arizona: Blue (Katelyn Bianchini ‘12, Rena Cheng ‘12, Asia Lancaster ‘12) won Director’s Choice Award for Best Animated Short Film, Grounded (Monica Stefanelli ‘13) won Audience Choice Award for Best Animated Short Film, Into the Silent Sea (Andrej Landin ‘13) won both

Watch the Trailer for Project W: Stories of Women Creating Change

December 3, 2013 by | Screenings

As if the inspiring stories, cultural diversity, uplifting messages, and yes, FREE FOOD,  wasn’t enough to get you excited for this weekend’s screening of Project W: Stories of Women Creating Change, we have a brand new trailer cut together by the production teams.  Take a look, clear your calendar for this Friday evening, and get

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